A note from the editor about the latest issue.
Moisture is the enemy. Here’s how to keep it out—and what to do if it gets in.
How to extend the life of your teak decks—and what to do when they fail.
A properly installed and maintained seacock can last a lifetime.
Steve Zimmerman goes over best practices for storing anchors while underway and broaches the controversial topic of anchor swivels.
Boat buyers often take strong positions on galley stoves, insisting that they would never expose themselves to the risks of an explosion posed by propane.
An Inexpensive Piece of Gear Can Diagnose an Engine’s Illness; Both cheap and easy to use, a handheld pyrometer could be one of the most useful tools in your collection.
In my many decades of working on boats, it is quite possible that the most reliable tool i have ever carried is not actually a tool at all; its my little black book.
Like the proverbial tail wagging the dog, a $50 solenoid can stop a $3,000 windlass from raising the anchor or prevent the engine from starting. Knowing how these simple devices work may save your cruise.